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“Stressed” spelled backwards is “desserts.” With that in mind, we all enjoy indulging in something sweet. But at the same time, we are all preoccupied with classes, assignments, quizzes, projects, and exams. Therefore, we don’t have the time or the patience to come up with something creative…

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After being “broke” long enough, I was finally able to splurge a bit and refill my tea stash. I’m not actually broke, but while I continue to save, I tend to stick by what’s in my wallet or a gift card such as Starbucks, hence the quotes. As I was in the Harvard area, I went to the David’s T…

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It is not an unknown fact that I am one of the students who lives in the dorms on campus. Living there, I have access to study rooms, the Dining Commons, and the UMarket. I am also a well-known tea lover, which you have probably guessed from my weekly column. So, I decided to go down to UMar…

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There is this Donut shop in Boston that is extremely well known called Kane’s Donuts. They have a selection of 16 different donuts ranging from your classic Boston Cream and glazed donuts to Maple Bacon and Crème Brule. On their website it says it all started in 1955, so not only are they go…

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Last week, I wrote an article about the Taylors of Harrogate Tea Classic Tea variety gift box. This week I am going to conclude the review, talking about the remaining six teas. The two teas that I reviewed last week were the Green Tea with Jasmine and the Organic Peppermint tea. The last si…

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The University of Massachusetts Boston comes back from the holidays all bundled up with a nice hot cup of tea in hand. Over the break, my life was filled to the brim with brand-new teas for me to try. For Christmas I ended up getting over 120 packets of tea, thanks to my aunt and my boyfrien…

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There are few things in this world that I enjoy more than trying different or interesting teas that I have never had before! This week I walked into the store and I was on a mission to find the strangest or coolest flavored teas I could find. All the ones I found happened to be from the same…

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            The tea shop that I am talking about this week is not down the street, or just a car ride away. It is actually in Asheville, North Carolina, in both West Asheville and Downtown. During Thanksgiving break, I went on a little trip out of the state and of course I had to have some t…

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I tend to wait until I’m at school to have breakfast, so even though I wake up at 4:30 a.m., I don’t have anything to eat until about three hours later. But especially on days where I actually can stay home and enjoy my morning, I have a few quick and easy breakfasts I stick to. Lately one o…

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There are a few factors in making iced Tea where it't important to know what matters the most to you. Which way produces the best flavor, which is the fastest, and which is the cheapest. The first thing you need to think about when making iced tea is the mistakes that people have succumb to …

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The tea is about to be spilled on what is the best store-bought tea for your taste buds, wallet, and my overall favorite. I’m not talking about pre-bagged tea or hot tea here. I am talking about the bottles of tea that sit on the shelf in the grocery store waiting for you to pick them up and…